Investigating therapeutic potentials of milk microbiota for controlling mastitis in dairy cows

Mastitis is the most frequent and costly disease of dairy cows, with costs estimated at $670M/year in Canada. Mastitis is also the main reason for antimicrobial use in dairy herds, raising great concerns regarding emergence of antimicrobial resistance in critical pathogens capable of infecting humans. Implementation of management and nutritional strategies that can improve mammary […]

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